We got a trailer yesterday for 'Taken 2' and today we get a poster which doesn't seem like it took a particular set of skills to work up.
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'Taken 2' sees the return of Liam Neeson but instead of being the one on the hunt (remember in the original when he used his particular set of skills to save his daughter?), now he's the hunted.
Yes, yes. We know. Liam Neeson’s ‘Taken’ killer has a very particular set of skills. Skills he has acquired over a very long career. Skills that make him a nightmare for people like us. Those skills gave him a hit. Next they’ll give him a sequel, and that upcoming film has a poster and stills (but sadly no badass tagline like last time).
Liam Neeson has a very particular set of skills. Skills that have transformed this actor, once known for his dramatic, Oscar-nominated work, into an action star. Just in the past few years he's starred in 'Taken,' 'Clash of the Titans,' 'A-Team,' 'Unknown' and this Friday's 'Battleship.' And now he's got his own action franchise as 'Taken 2' is set to hit theaters later this year. Let's take a first look...
Ah, Saturday Night Live, one of the few places where you watch an actor pretend to be another actor while interviewing yet another actor, who is playing himself and is on hand to promote his upcoming movie based on a board game. What madness is this? It's Andy Samberg playing Nicolas Cage chatting with Liam Neeson!
Director Jaume Collet-Serra wants to re-team with his 'Unknown' star Liam Neeson for the latest thriller for Dark Castle Productions, titled 'Non-Stop.'
Though he was once a leading Oscar contender, Liam Neeson has become a late-in-life action star. Sure, he'd clashed swords and (light)sabers earlier in his career, but now he's the go-to action lead. He's now up for 'Non-Stop' where he'd play an Air Marshall.
In the newest trailer for 'Battleship,' the adaptation of the Hasbro board game of the same name, has arrived. And with it comes our first real look at the alien opposition, which resembles something more akin to a robot, and certainly nothing like a plastic peg.